NXP Semiconductors provides the i.MX RT106L and i.MX RT106F EdgeReady crossover processors.
NXP Semiconductors has launched new devices within its KW3x family of MCUs. The new KW39/38/37 MCUs add Bluetooth 5.0 long-range abilities and extended Bluetooth advertising channels.
The NXP NXQ1TXH5 One-Chip 5V Qi wireless transmitter is a controller and driver IC for 5V Qi-certified/-compliant low-power wireless chargers.
An ultra low-voltage, quad bidirectional translating switch controlled via the I2C bus, NXP’s PCA9846.
The PN7120 near field communication (NFC) controller from NXP Semiconductors. The highly-integrated PN7120 provides a plug-and-play solution for easy integration into any OS environment.
NXP Semiconductor’s BC5xPAS NPN medium-power transistors are available in 45V, 60V, or 80V versions all with a 1A collector current rating.
NXP Semiconductors has unveiled ‘the industry’s first and most complete USB Type-C solution’, including authentication and power delivery capabilities to further deliver secure connections for a smarter world.
NXP’s PN7120 NFC controllers which support various transmission modes, and include an ARM Cortex-M0 MCU with integrated firmware supporting the NCI 1.0 host communication.
NXP’s NX7002BKXB 60V dual-channel logic-level compatible, fast-switching trench MOSFETs is designed for relay drivers, high-speed line drivers, low-side load switches and switching circuits.
NXP Semiconductor TrEOS ESD protection devices support SuperSpeed USB up to 10Gbps. TrEOS ESD devices protect against 20kV contact discharges and exceeds IEC 61000-4-2, level 4. TrEOS also delivers surge protection against a pulse up to 9A. Applications include: ultra-high-speed data lines such as USB 3.1 and HDMI 2.0, interface lines for sensitive IOs, and general ESD protection.
The NXP LPC800 series microcontroller, the devices feature the ultra-efficient 30MHz ARM Cortex-M0+ core, offering a range of low-power, space-efficient, low-pin-count options for basic diverse MCU applications.
The NXP QN902X ultra-low power BLE system on chip (SoC) integrates a Bluetooth v4.0 low energy radio with an ARM Cortex-M0 MCU. The single-chip solution offers room to run applications, provide signal processing, or it can be used as a Bluetooth network processor by connecting the QN902X to an application processor.
NXP’s LPC4300 Series microcontrollers offer the high performance and flexibility of an asymmetric dual-core architecture (ARM Cortex-M4F and Cortex-M0 coprocessor) in combination with multiple high-speed connectivity options, advanced timers, analogue and optional security features.
NXP’s Q100 portfolio of logic circuits is to meet AEC-Q100 for automotive applications. The range offers benefits which meet a wide range of automotive design needs, with the portfolio covering logic functions for control, display, interface and I/O expansion.
NXP’s BLF2425M6LS180P 180W LDMOS transistor is covering the industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) band of 2400MHz to 2500MHz.